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roles reversed. the faa clears the way for electronics use on planes, even during take off and landing. >> now airlines are in a race to offer it first. >>> hello, everyone. >> here's what people are talking about tonight. >> airline passengers can now stay plugged in throughout their flights. the faa has deemed electronic devices safe during take offs and landings, changing its long- time policies. we explain why. >> we ask that you turn your electronics off. >> reporter: you may not hear this announcement the next time you fly. staying connected during take off and landing is about to get easier. >> airlines can safely expand passenger use of portable electronic devices during all phases of flight. >> reporter: as long as they're in airplane mode, they can read, listen to music, and watch videos. they still can't make calls or send texts. until now, mobile devices couldn't be used until planes rose above 10,000 feet. >> why have it serious for so long and loosen up now? >> reporter: they said it posed a safety threat and interfered with air traffic communication, so why the change of
saluted. >> it is a tragedy to us and his family. >> reporter: the killer took his own life after shooting the pair. >> we just want to know why. >> reporter: they want to remember him as the hero he was every day. >> we use the word losely, but in this case he was a hero. >> reporter: he was awarded a medal for saving a man and a lost 3-year-old boy. his loved ones cope with a life without him. >> their son, their grandson was a hero. it is a great loss to all of us. >> reporter: hoffman was a third generation firefighter. >> half of the cathedral were firefighters. >>> a car hit two troopers. there was a call for an armed robbery at route 152. one trooper was in the car. the other jumped out to get out of the way. >>> a pit ball mauled its owner to death. she was found inside her home on east 30th street. she died at the hospital. police are trying to figure out what caused the dog to attack. >>> an on line advertisement for a man looking to buy a car, but it took a tragic turn. police investigate a homicide. >> halloween night a deal turned deadly. 44-year-old of baltimore was badly w
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to dismantle the black gorilla family using drug conspiracy and related charges. >> reporter: undercover officers quietly approach the home. we are there, cameras rolling, as police go into action. [shouting] . >> reporter: residents living on rutland avenue wake up to the commotion. one of the intended targets is found inside the home. he is quickly handcuffed and taken to jail. the numerous raids all across the story are in response to the numerous blood baths police say are at the hands of the gang members. they will arrest and prosecute the black gorilla family until they are all behind bars, they say. . >> in today's raid, a number of suspected gang members were arrested, but what happens when they are convicted and sent to prison? stay tuned, in just a few minutes, a wjz exclusive, how gangs took over the detention center. it's a story of sex, smuggling and power, straight ahead. >>> a blast of winter hits ahead of schedule. and in western maryland, snow is already covering the ground. these pictures from wisp resort in garrett county show a solid coating. in central maryland, a b
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. >> reporter: the storm may worsen. new video posted by tmz shows his shirtless at a bar using profanity and the n-word to refer to one of his teammates. the story has all nfl teams on alert regarding possible hazing of players. >> in baltimore, it would never happen. i mean, we have great leadership and guys are focused on trying to win. if you're out there focusing on trying to win, the little hazing and things like that, it doesn't matter. >> reporter: john harbaugh banned hazing among players when he took over in 2008. >> the dolphins say they'll cooperate and do whatever needs to be done to prevent further incidents. >>> new details about a double fatal shooting in upper fells point. two brothers were shot and killed last night in the 200 block of south wolf street. the two were shot in the head, execution style. so far, no arrests have been made. anyone with information should call police. >>> a strong warning tonight from townsen university to its students -- put down the cell phones, or you could become a victim. two targets robberies near campus, including one student stabbed. t
to track the storm's progress throughout the weekend. quiet weather for us. back to you. >>> a gas leak forces evacuations downtown baltimore. sky chopper 13 over the north block of charles street. a contractor was working in a commercial building and hit a gas line. crews are working to repair the leak. firefighters evacuated a day care when it happened. >>> well, a big night, the plead of baltimore 2 is celebrating -- pride of baltimore 2 is celebrating its anniversary. pride 1 sank and killed four crew members in the 80s. since then pride 2 has been all over the world representing baltimore. kai jackson has more on tonight's celebration. kai. >> reporter: yes, denise. this anniversary really commemorates triumph and tragedies in the pride sailing history. this majestic boat is a pride of baltimore 2, a replica of amazing vessels that sailed the globe in the 19th century. tonight crew and fans of the pride celebrating its 25th anniversary. >> i cannot believe it has been around 25 years. i have my son and nephew on the pride several years ago. we toured it here in the harbour. >> repo
allowed ruban to open accounts in players names and transfer money out using these phoney signatures. >> anybody can look at them and see they are forged. >> reporter: the nfl players insist they didn't know their money was being used for investments including this alabama entertainment complex which was raided for having illegal gambling machines. ray louis lost $3.8 million say the suit. for its part, bp and t declined to comment on the lieu suit. -- lawsuit. >> now the financial individualsor at the center of the allegations and been banned for life by securities regulators half high risk investments lost millions for other athletes. >>> a truck driver pleads not guilty to a misdemeanor crash that sent a woman's car plunging off the bay bridge. morgan lake is clinging to a rock after her car was pushed over the edge. she was hit by a 18 wheeler driven by lavaf. he pled guilty to making an unsafe lane change among other charges. he will have to pay a $450 fine. >>> a kidnapping victim chained up and tortured inside an ohio home, michelle knight opens up about her abuse and her capt
pictures if you wanna just... i know how to use it. it's a hell of a thing. yeah, it is. i look at him and i feel like the-- well... don't go too easy on him. no parenting advice. thanks. what do you got to complain about? i did my job. (scoffs) you did your job? that's right. you're still here. you're a man of respect. you walk around all over the place with a legit weapon. you got a handsome son. i did a good job. yeah. i suppose when you look at it like that. damn right. i could have drowned you at birth. (scoffs) let's go. go where? i wanna see my grandson. uh... okay, yeah. we could do that. you're gonna have to buy these beers. (rigsby) huh. i'm paying, huh? hey, call 911. right now. dad. (grunting) hold on. no. fight it. dad. fight. you fight it. (grunts) no! (panting) ♪ ain't it a cold, cold world? ♪ (panting) if hey breathing's, know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiot
. the pilot used his emergency parachute to get out before the plane crashed to the ground. the other plane was able to land safely. >>> a new york university college student is alive after being trapped for nearly two days between buildings. rescue workers broke through a concrete wall in order to save asher vongtau. he went missing after his dorm was evacuated because of a fire alarm. family members say the 19-year- old suffered a broken arm and fractured pelvis, but he doesn't remember how he became stuck in the two-foot crevasse. >>> one of ariel castro's victims is speaking out about the torture she endured during the decade of imprisonment. michelle knight talks about the horrors she faced. she says what he used to tie her up and how he terrorized her. >> one of those orange extension cords, i was tied up like a fish, an ornament on the wall. that's the only way i can describe it. i was hanging like this. my feet and i was tied by my neck and my arms. >> you don't want to miss more of dr. phil's exclusive 101 interview with michelle knight, tomorrow at 3:00 here on wjz. >>> in an unpr
. however a front out to the west of us and that front has shower activity ahead of it and snow behind it across portions of northern ohio, northern indiana right now, around indianapolis, getting snow at 33. cleveland just dropped to 32. pittsburgh still at 36. just as the front comes through, seeing rain activity overnight which more than likely as the cold air comes in, it will probably transition to some snow showers mixed with some rain. what do we expect around the region? generally from the mountains to our region, a trace, possibly a coating. east of this shore mainly rain, may see some snowflakes mixing in. but garrett and allegheny counties could very 3-6 inches of snow overnight into most of tuesday as the cold air moves in. a close look at this winter blast coming up in our full forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you, bob. desperate for help. survivors of a powerful typhoon in the philippines have no food and no shelter. tonight 10,000 people are feared dead and it's proving difficult to get aid into the places that need it the most. wjz is live with complete coverage. meg
also found heroin and cocaine. one of the gang's many moneymakers. >> they use some of that money to help with their day-to-day activities. in another instance, they pay a tax to the command structure. >> reporter: raids like this are happening all over the city. >> i want baltimore to be a safer city. we've had these things in the works. this is simmer. we haven't even gotten the heat started yet. >> reporter: 68 indictments in the last week. and where no plans to pull back on these police raids, more are coming. the bloodshed on the street and the fear saturating the communities of baltimore city is because of these ruthless gang members. >> we'll focus on them and continue to get them. >> reporter: they're being blamed for much of the crime and dismantling their organization is key to bringing back safety on the streets to baltimore. >> some gangs that run sex and smuggling operations from behind bars, we've investigated this corruption at the baltimore detention center. tonight, secretary gary maynard speaks out. >>> one person is dead after a boating accident in baltimore co
. discover how we are advancing medicine at join us, and thrive. >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald >>> everyone on the floor, on the floor now! >> tsa targeted, a gunman shoots three security screeners at l.a.x. killing one of them. >> the shootout with police, the chaos for travelers and clues into the shooter's motive tonight. >> hello, i'm denise koch. >> i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about tonight. a man with an assault rifle opens fire at airport security in los angeles. shooting three agents before being captured by police. investigators say a note in his bag said kill tsa. we have complete coverage of the shooting. kai jackson has images from the airport as passengers ran for cover but first to teri okita with the latest for wjz from san francisco. >> reporter: authorizes say 23- year-old paul ciancia sent a text message to his family that he was going to kill himself. that was before he allegedly carried a semi-automatic rifle into los angeles international airport friday morning and started shooting. >> right when i heard the shots of
support the move. >> reporter: years after several major u.s. cities, including baltimore, banned transfats from restaurants, the food and drug administration is joining the move against transfats calling them unsafe. now the agency is considering a nationwide ban on the artery- clogging oil. >> there's no redeeming quality to transfats, and there's every reason in the world to get them off our shelves. >> reporter: they're considered the worst kind of oil for your heart. they're tasty in muffins and cookies and allow those products to last longer on store shelves. but they have been linked to a higher risk of heart attack and other diseases. >> they increase inflammation throughout the body which we have seen as a precursor for many disease entities. >> i'm surprised it took so long. >> reporter: the cooks at jimmy's restaurant made the healthy switch five years ago, months before baltimore banned transfats in restaurants. he says some of his customers asked for the move back then. he believes the fda will make a swift move to get the ban in place. >> i have no doubt it will be a
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